Newspaper ABCs: Digital statistics for January 2014

An overview of how newspaper websites in the UK performed in the first month of 2014.

Several sites showed a strong increase in January, with the Metro and theguardian.com breaking 1 million and 5 million daily average browsers respectively.

See the full results below:

ABC Multi-platform report: January 2014
  January 2014 Monthly % change
  Daily ave Total mthly Daily ave Total mthly
MailOnline 11,768,620 189,529,629 19.96 17.49
Metro 1,051,030 22,954,776 25.72 17.42
theguardian.com 5,000,952 90,333,500 8.83 5.95
The Independent 1,551,112 34,279,716 14.41 14.67
Mirror Group Nationals 2,449,876 46,588,736 21.06 8.65
The Sun N/A N/A - -
Telegraph 3,383,247 68,362,492 14.62 12.11
Source: ABC Monthly Multi-platform report    
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